Local cancer survivor joins march for Children’s Wish Foundation in ...
Colchester Community Workshops Foundation launches fundraising drive ...
Millbrook youths headed for North American Indigenous Games
Colchester: Eating, answering and hopping
Truro-area women adjust their diet to avoid pain
Council of Canadians poses questions to federal candidates
Drake shows his stuff at Bible Hill competition
Stellarton mourns loss of Chief Dwight Campbell
Teens charged after carts taken from Truro Golf Club
Bear Head project proponents look for permit extensions
Excellence in business awards presented by Cape Breton Regional Chamber of Commerce
Victoria County restaurant offers unique dining experience with locally sourced food, fixed six-course menu
Work underway at new NSCC residence in Port Hawkesbury
ENTREVESTOR: Founded at St. F.X., Arolytics takes advantage of oil patch regulations
Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show 2020 event postponed
From North Alton to Brazil, Valley man using map-making skills to create board games
Ron Halliday is using his love of maps to create a series of board games now being played around the world. “I’ve always loved maps,” says the North Alton, N.S., native who now looks back over his school years and realizes how ...
Budding Truro Cannabis Company approved for distribution
TRURO, N.S. – A local cannabis producer has received its long-awaited approval to begin marketing its products. A news release from the Truro Cannabis Co., said it has received its sales and processing licenses from Health ...
Grand Pré fireworks company on deck for 500th anniversary of Cuban city
Havana, the capital city of Cuba, plans to celebrate its 500th anniversary this coming November with a bang. And they’ve called upon none other than Nova Scotia’s own Fireworks FX to make it happen. “It’s 100 per cent an ...
Proposed Cape Breton container terminal logistics park has first ‘green’ tenant
The dream posed by Sydney Harbour Investment Partners, responsible for marketing a 500-acre greenfield site near the Sydport Business Park as a future container terminal, just got an injection of environmentally friendly ...
Oxford Frozen Foods is growing again
Cumberland County’s largest employer is set to grow once again. John Burkhardt, the director of administration at the Oxford Food Group, confirmed work will soon begin on a two-phased project that includes a new lunchroom and multiple ...
Parrsboro restaurant reopens less than a year after fire
PARRSBORO, N.S. – After the Glooscap restaurant was levelled by fire, it took less than 10 months for it to open its doors again. “We never thought it would happen this quick. We thought it would take at least a year,” Amber ...
Beanz owner says closing Charlottetown café for winter was 'tough decision'
The owners of a popular downtown Charlottetown coffee shop have decided to turn off the taps for the season. Kaan and Gursal Ulkan closed the doors at Beanz Espresso Bar and Café on Great George Street Sept. 27 with plans to re-open ...
Nova Scotia’s Valley Drive-In celebrating 20 seasons of movies under the stars
The 20th season of operations for the only remaining drive-in on Mainland Nova Scotia is getting mixed reviews from the operators. “Our season did not start well but has had a strong finish. It has been a successful season all the way ...
It’s a Shore Thing
For Tessa Adams, opening her own arts and crafts store in Liverpool, was the “shore thing” to do. Adams has always been artistic and creative. Even while she was a Grade 1 and 2 classroom teacher in the Halifax region, she still found ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Even McDonald's can't ignore the data behind plant-based burgers
When McDonald’s makes a move, everyone pays attention. That’s just the way things are in the food service industry. For months, rumors were swirling around McDonald’s and when they would launch a plant-based product. We now know ...